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  • Eight Heroes With Disabilities in the Bible Careful scrutiny of the text (and the Midrashic subtext) reveals that some of these heroes lived... Read More
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  • Debunking the Myth of the Jewish Menstrual SlapI was recently asked about a supposedly Jewish “custom” of a girl being slapped across her face by... Read More
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Daily Thought
There’s really only one difference between matzah and chametz. They’re both made from flour and water, both baked in an oven, and both provide nourishment. But one stays flat and humble, while the other fills itself with hot air. That’s why matzah is a key ingredient for leaving your personal Egypt: As long as we are full of delusions...
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